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Far from being a straightforward non-negotiable clause, however, the EU negotiators have to convince the other parties of the seriousness of these principles in the European legal order, and must respond to the contestation of normative principles in what are frequently trade-related agreements (seen by the other party in essentially economic rather than normative terms). Where other regional communities do not share the EU’s normative vision, inter-regional co- operation is less likely to ensure a transfer of normative values.
In fact, enlargement has been regarded as a very successful democracy promotion programme, where the prospect of membership ‘created powerful incentives for successful governments to improve democratic standards and also pursue economic reforms’ (Vachudova 2007: 105). With the European Neighbourhood Policy, the Commission is taking its role and authority as democracy promoter into the community of states that constitute the EU’s neighbours. 8 Covering political, economic and cultural dialogue, the programme also includes priorities on terrorism, the non-proliferation of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons, support for the Israeli-Palestine peace process, and economic development.
The inter-regional co-operation framework is also multi-level, recognising the ‘need for a more defined division of roles and responsibilities between the pan-African, sub-regional, national and local levels and between the different actors on the EU side, as well as for coherence and complementarity with other international actors’ (Kühnhardt 2005: 30). The new strategic partnership between the EU and Africa will rest upon a dense institutional architecture that is very much resonant with the multi- level governance model that applies to the internal EU regional polity – thus three-yearly Africa–EU summit meetings of the heads of state and government, supported by a troika of senior officials from each side,1 regular co- operation between the EU and African Commissions, and a strengthened formal structure for dialogue between the European Parliament, the Pan- African Parliament and the AU’s Economic, Social and Cultural Council.
A Global Security Triangle: European, African and Asian Interaction (Routledge GARNET series: Europe in the World) by Valeria Bello, Belachew Gebrewold